Projects / ConcourseConnect


ConcourseConnect is a social networking platform. You can build social networking sites including corporate intranets, business community add-on sites, enthusiast sites, business or product directory sites (like a chamber of commerce or yellow pages), or even stand-alone Web sites. Features include a full range of Web 2.0 tools: ratings, reviews, wiki, blog, comments, discussion forums, an ideas engine, and more. Users begin by creating a rich profile and joining groups. It is perfect for internal collaboration or as a customer feedback forum. The portal framework allows developers to plug in custom portlets and themes.

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  •  07 Jul 2010 13:54

    Release Notes: This is a major update, with applications now ranging from social networking sites to business directories to collaborative "Enterprise 2.0" intranets. This release features: a Twitter-like activity stream for collaboration and status updates; Facebook-like rich user profiles; email notifications; a very functional wiki with the ability to export to PDF; improvements to Ideas, Blog, Reviews, Discussion Forums, Document Management, Lists, Badges, Issues, Participants, Search, Tags, Classifieds, and Promotions; and dozens of other major features and hundreds of minor improvements since 1.0.

    •  09 Jul 2009 19:39

      Release Notes: This release fixes an issue in which Google Maps were not being displayed on a listing's profile page.

      •  23 Jun 2009 18:27

        Release Notes: This release adds administrative notifications for new listings, improves IE7 and IE6 compatibility, improves copying and pasting content from Web pages into the wiki, has a major performance increase when browsing more than 50,000 records, and fixes several bugs as reported.

        •  11 May 2009 18:50

          Release Notes: First public release.


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